Check your vegetables' harvest dates before preparing them for this year's Christmas dinner.

If any of your lettuce or cauliflower was harvested at the end of November, THROW IT AWAY. Consider yourself warned. It's all being recalled due to fears of E. Coli stemming from Adam Bros. Farming in California.

NY Daily News reports that the veggies potentially infected were distributed throughout the New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and New York areas. So basically, if you live anywhere within the Delaware Valley, it's best to err on the side of caution.

Some symptoms to watch out for if you fear you've been infected are similar to those that accompany a stomach virus: Vomiting, diarrhea, flu-like stomach issues, etc.

So, should we start betting when the next recall will be issued? This is like, what, the second one in less than a month? Just to be on the safe side, it's probably best to just skip the salad this year. Too bad corn on the cob isn't in season.

Source: NYDailyNews.com